|MERCURY/GEMINI/APOLLO OVERVIEW - NASA/JSC|
This program features historical film clips from NASA projects. Scenes include launches, on-orbit activities, and splash downs.
Keywords: Mercury; Gemini; Apollo; launches; splash downs; NASA; JSC
|MAN IN SPACE - NASA/JSC|
The film shows pictorial highlights of the Mercury, Gemini, Apollo, and Skylab Programs. It is a creatively choreographed production using a music sound track with no narration.
Keywords: Mercury; Gemini; Apollo; Skylab; NASA; JSC
|Apollo 11 Facts Project: Earth Views and Crew Activities - NASA/JSC|
The crewmembers of Apollo 11, Commander Neil Armstrong, Lunar Module Pilot Edwin Aldrin, Jr., and Command Module Pilot Michael Collins, are seen performing various on-orbit activities, including systems identification and Lunar Module checkout. The Earth is seen from space.
Keywords: Who -- Neil A. Armstrong; Who -- Michael Collins; What -- Apollo 11; What -- Earth
|Space Shuttle Launch and Landing Highlights - NASA|
A variety of camera views showcase the amazing journey into orbit, the space shuttle docked to the International Space Station and the voyage home.
Keywords: NASA; Space Shuttle; STS
|JSC-500 Apollo 8-Go For TLI.wmv - NASA/JSC|
APOLLO 8: GO FOR TLI JSC 500 - (1969) - 22 1/2 Minutes Astronauts: Frank Borman, James A. Lovell, and William A. Anders Launch date: December 21, 1968 Man's first voyage to another celestial body, including an orbit around the Moon on Christmas, proves more amazing in fact than anticipation. Featured are air-to-ground tapes of astronauts' descriptions of the mission, as well as outstanding onboard photography of the Earth, Moon, and IVA.
Keywords: Apollo; Apollo 8; Borman; Lovell; Anders; Moon
|MISSION OF APOLLO-SOYUZ - NASA/JSC|
Astronauts: Thomas P. Stafford, Vance D. Brand, and Donald K. "Deke" Slayton Cosmonauts: Alexei A. Leonov and Valeriy N. Kubasov Launch date: July 15, 1975 The Apollo-Soyuz mission was a precedent-setting event in the sphere of international manned space flight. The film treats the scientific and technological achievements and stresses the spirit of cooperation and friendship. It concludes with a projection on the future of international cooperation in space over scenes of the Space Shuttle and ...
Keywords: Apollo; Soyuz; Spacelab; cosmonauts; NASA; JSC
|Expedition 30 Departs for Launch Site - NASA|
Three Expedition 30 flight engineers -- NASA astronaut Don Pettit, Russian cosmonaut Oleg Kononenko and European Space Agency astronaut Andre Kuipers -- departed Star City, Russia on Thursday for the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan where their Soyuz TMA-03M spacecraft is being prepared for its Dec. 21 launch to the International Space Station.
Keywords: NASA; International Space Station; ISS; Expedition 30
|SPACE BASICS - NASA|
SPACE BASICS CMP 360 - (1991) - 21 Minutes - Available in 3/4" and VHS (NTSC only) Recommended Level: Middle School Application: History and Physical Sciences Explains space flight concepts such as how we get into orbit and why we float when orbiting Earth.
|STS-135: Solid Rocket Booster Camera Video of Atlantis Launch - NASA|
Cameras mounted on the two solid rocket boosters that helped propel space shuttle Atlantis into orbit on July 8 provide unique angles of the launch from the Kennedy Space Center and their subsequent water landing downrange in the Atlantic Ocean.
Keywords: NASA; STS-135; Atlantis; Space Shuttle; International Space Station; SRB; Solid Rocket Booster
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|APOLLO 4 & APOLLO 5 MISSIONS - NASA/JSC|
Launch date: January 22, 1968 - Unmanned Follows the successful testing of the Lunar Module, the spacecraft in which man will make his first landing on the Moon. Tracking stations around the world track its position with pinpoint accuracy as the Mission Control engineers test the many systems onboard. Lunar Module 1 - not designed to return to Earth - tumbles through space until destroyed by the atmosphere of the Earth.
Keywords: Apollo 4; Apollo 5; lunar missions; NASA; JSC
|Apollo 13 Facts: Recovery part C - NASA/JSC|
This video shows the water landing of the Apollo 13 spacecraft. A computer animation shows the atmospheric reentry of the Command Module.
Keywords: What -- Apollo 13
|JSC1538_STS74_Post_Flight_Presentation.wmv - NASA/JSC|
STS-74 POST FLIGHT PRESENTATION JSC1538 (1995) 38 1/4 Minutes - Commander: Kenneth D. Cameron Pilot: James Donald Halsell, Jr. Mission Specialists: Jerry L. Ross, William Surles "Bill". McArthur Jr., Chris A. Hadfield (Canada) Dates: November 12-20, 1995 Vehicle: Atlantis OV-104 Payloads: Mir docking mission, GLO, SAREX, and IMAX camera Landing site: Runway 33 at Kennedy Space Center
Keywords: STS 74; NASA; ISS; shuttle; Atlantis; OV 104; Mir
|VJSC_1425N_Apollo11_F.A.C.T.S._PartN.wmv - NASA/JSC|
1 Hour 14 Minutes - Apollo 11 Post Flight Press Conference, part 1.
Keywords: Apollo 11; Post Flight; NASA; Armstrong; Aldrin; Collins
|JSC1639_STS83_Post_Flight_Presentation.wmv - NASA/JSC|
STS-83 POST FLIGHT PRESENTATION JSC1639 (1997) - 22 Minutes - Commander: James Donald Halsell, Jr. Pilot: Susan Leigh Still Mission Specialists: Janice E. Voss, Michael L. Gernhardt, Donald A. Thomas Payload Specialists: Roger K. Crouch, Gregory T. Linteris Dates: April 4-8, 1997 Vehicle: Columbia OV-102 Payloads: MSL-1, CRYOFD, OARE, SAREX, and MSX Landing site: Runway 15 at Kennedy Space Center, FL
Keywords: NASA; ISS; shuttle; Columbia; OV 102
|JSC_279_Gemini_Science_Program_Episode5.wmv - JSC|
JSC 279 - (1965) - 28 1/2 Minutes - Scientists explain the life science experiments developed for Gemini missions. A brief synopsis of these missions is included. The program shows astronaut training, as well as Gemini Program milestones - rendezvous and docking of two spacecraft and Ed White's spacewalk.
Keywords: NASA; Gemini; spacewalk; Ed White; docking
|Shuttle Showcase: STS-124 - NASA|
The second in a series of flights to assemble the Japanese segment of the International Space Station saw the mammoth Kibo module delivered to the complex complements of Discovery and its crew on the STS-124 mission. Kibo, the Japanese word for "hope" would house dozens of experiments and serve as a platform for external payloads brought to the complex on subsequent Shuttle flights and the Japanese "Kounotori" H-2 Transfer Vehicle cargo ship.
Keywords: NASA; Space Shuttle; STS; SSP; Shuttle Showcase
|JSC315_Fly_Me_To_The_Moon_And_Back.wmv - NASA/JSC|
FLY ME TO THE MOON - AND BACK JSC 315 - (1966) - 28 1/2 Minutes Explains the complexity of planning a lunar mission trajectory. Includes mission analysis, new mathematical techniques, hybrid computers, mission operational plan, and real-time support for the NASA JSC's Mission Operations Control Room.
Keywords: NASA; moon; space; trajectory; Mission Control; Apollo
|STS-9 POST FLIGHT PRESS CONFERENCE - JSC|
Commander: John W. Young Pilot: Brewster H. Shaw, Jr. Mission Specialists: Owen K. Garriott, Robert A. R. Parker Payload Specialists: Byron K. Lichtenberg (MIT), Ulf Merbold (Germany) Dates: November 28-December 8, 1983 Vehicle: Columbia OV-102 Payloads: Spacelab-1 Landing site: Runway 17 dry lakebed at Edwards AFB, CA Narrated by the Commander and crew, this program contains footage selected by the astronauts, as well as their comments on the mission...
Keywords: Spacelab; Columbia; shuttle; postflight; STS-9; JSC; NASA
|CMP304_Apollo11_1969-1989.wmv - NASA/JSC|
APOLLO 11: 1969-1989 CMP 304 - (1989) - 27 Minutes The Apollo 11 mission is described in this film using narration and historical film footage. Featured are various mission activities including pre-launch, launch, Mission Control, lunar landing, and return to Earth.
Keywords: NASA; moon; Apollo; Mission Control; launch; landing; Earth
|JUPITER ODYSSEY - JSC|
Pioneer 10 was the first spacecraft to travel beyond Mars to the outer planets of our solar system. During the 21-month, 620-million-mile journey to Jupiter, Pioneer penetrated the previously unexplored asteroid belt without mishap, eliminating the long held fear that high-speed particles or huge asteroids might destroy the spacecraft. This film tells of the findings recorded by the scientific instruments and cameras onboard...
Keywords: Pioneer 10; Jupiter; solar system; JSC; NASA
|STS 41-D POST FLIGHT PRESS CONFERENCE - JSC|
Commander: Henry W. Hartsfield, Jr. Pilot: Michael L. Coats Mission Specialists: Judith A. Resnik, Steven A. Hawley, Richard M. Mullane Payload Specialists: Charles D. Walker (McDonnell Douglas) Dates: August 30-September 5, 1984 Vehicle: Discovery OV-103 Payloads: SYNCOM IV-2 (LEASAT-2), SBS-D/PAM-D, TELSTAR 3-C/PAM-D-1, OAST-1 (Solar Array), RME, CFES, CLOUDS, SSIP (one experiment), and IMAX camera Landing site: Runway 17 dry lakebed at Edwards AFB, CA Narrated by the Commander and crew, this ...
Keywords: STS-41D; shuttle; Discovery; JSC; NASA
|Apollo 11 Facts Project: Mission Control During Spacecraft Recovery - NASA/JSC|
This video shows footage of ground control when the Apollo 11 spacecraft is recovered from its water landing.
Keywords: What -- Apollo 11
|JSC-1971_Expedition 7 Post Flight Presentation.wmv - JSC|
Edited video featuring highlights of the Expedition 7 mission. Expedition 7 crewmembers are Commander Yuri Malenchenko and ISS Science Officer Edward Lu. Sound version includes crew narration recorded during the event. Includes: pre-flight activities at the Baikonur Cosmodrome; launch of the Soyuz TMA vehicle, including in-cabin views; survey of the Soyuz cabin; rendezvous and docking with the International Space Station; handover ceremony from the Expedition 5 crew to the Expedition 6 crew; Lu ...
Keywords: JSC; NASA; Expedition 7; Soyuz
|Apollo 11 Facts Project: Pre-Launch Activities and Launch - NASA/JSC|
The crewmembers of Apollo 11, Commander Neil A. Armstrong, Command Module Pilot Michael Collins, and Lunar Module Pilot Edwin E. Aldrin, Jr., are seen during various stages of preparation for the launch of Apollo 11, including suitup, breakfast, and boarding the spacecraft. They are also seen during mission training, including preparation for extravehicular activity on the surface of the Moon. The launch of Apollo 11 is shown...
Keywords: Who -- Neil A. Armstrong; Who -- Michael Collins; What -- Apollo 11; What -- Moon
|JSC_852_Building_Toward_New_Heights.wmv - NASA/JSC|
JSC 852 - (1987) - 28 1/2 Minutes - To realize the goals of lunar colonies and Space Station, humans must first adapt to working in the space environment. This program showcases the on-orbit work already accomplished by Shuttle astronauts including testing the Manned Maneuvering Unit on flight 41-B, repairing the Solar Maximum satellite on flight 41-C, retrieving two communications satellites on flight 51-A, "fly-swatting" the SYNCOM satellite on flight 51-D, and salvaging the very same satellit...
Keywords: NASA; colonies; space station; orbit
|JSC-603 Apollo 17- On the Shoulders of Giants.wmv - NASA/JSC|
APOLLO 17: ON THE SHOULDERS OF GIANTS JSC 603 - (1973) - 28 1/2 Minutes Astronauts: Eugene A. Cernan, Ronald E. Evans, and Harrison H. Schmitt Launch date: December 7, 1972 A documentary view of the Apollo 17 journey to Taurus-Littrow, the final lunar landing mission in the Apollo Program. The film depicts the highlights of the mission and relates the Apollo Program to Skylab, the Apollo-Soyuz linkup, and the Space Shuttle.
|STS-66 POST FLIGHT PRESENTATION - JSC|
Commander: Donald R. McMonagle Pilot: Curtis L. Brown Mission Specialists: Ellen Ochoa, Joseph R. "Joe" Tanner, Jean-Francois Clervoy, Scott E. Parazynski Dates: November 3â14, 1994 Vehicle: Atlantis OV-104 Payloads: ATLAS-3, CRISTA/SPAS, SSBUV/A, ESCAPE-II, PCG-TES, PCG-STES, HPP-RFL, PARE/NIH-R, SAMS, and STL-A Landing site: Concrete runway 22 at Edwards Air Force Base (AFB), California (CA) Narrated by the Commander and crew, this program contains footage selected by the astronauts, as well ...
Keywords: STS-66; Atlantis; OV-104; shuttle; astronaut; JSC; NASA
|STS-133 Crew Interviews: Michael Barratt - JSC|
Interview with STS-133 crew member Michael Barratt.
Keywords: STS-133; shuttle; Michael Barratt; astronaut; interview; JSC; NASA
|JSC_1532_Return_to_Flight_Mission_Highlights_1988-1995_Part1.wmv - JSC|
JSC1532 - (1996)
Keywords: NASA; flight; mission; 1988-1995
|STS-56 POST FLIGHT PRESS CONFERENCE - JSC|
Commander: Kenneth D. Cameron Pilot: Stephen S. Oswald Mission Specialists: C. Michael Foale, Kenneth D. Cockrell, Ellen Ochoa Dates: April 8-17, 1993 Vehicle: Discovery OV-103 Payloads: ATLAS 2, SPARTAN-201, SSBUV, CMIX-2, PARE.03, SAREX-II, RME-III, CREAM, HERCULES, STL-3, AMOS, and GAS (1 experiment) Landing site: Runway 33 at Kennedy Space Center, Florida (FL) Narrated by the Commander and crew, this program contains footage selected by the astronauts, as well as their comments on the missio...
Keywords: STS-56; shuttle; Discovery; OV-103; JSC; NASA
|STS 61-A POST FLIGHT PRESS CONFERENCE - JSC|
Commander: Henry W. Hartsfield, Jr. Pilot: Steven R. Nagel Mission Specialists: James F. Buchli, Guion S. Bluford, Jr., Bonnie J. Dunbar Payload Specialists: Reinhard Furrer (DFVLR - West Germany), Ernst Messerschmid (DFVLR - West Germany), Wubbo J. Ockels (ESA - Netherlands) Dates: October 30-November 6, 1985 Vehicle: Challenger OV-099 Payloads: Spacelab D-1 and GLOMR Landing site: Runway 17 dry lakebed at Edwards AFB, CA Narrated by the Commander and crew, this program contains footage selecte...
Keywords: STS-61A; shuttle; Challenger; OV-099; Spacelab; JSC; NASA
|Apollo 11 Facts: First Moonwalks - NASA/JSC|
This video shows footage from the surface of the Moon as the astronauts Neil Armstrong and Edwin Aldrin, Jr. walk on the Moon for the first time. They are seen descending from the Lunar Module and collecting soil samples.
Keywords: Who -- Neil A. Armstrong; What -- Moon; What -- Apollo 11
|JSC1394_STS61_Post_Flight_Press_Conference.wmv - NASA/JSC|
STS-61 POST FLIGHT PRESS CONFERENCE JSC1394 - (1993) - 26 Minutes Commander: Richard O. Covey Pilot: Kenneth D. Bowersox Mission Specialists: Kathryn C. Thornton, Claude Nicollier, Jeffrey A. Hoffman, F. Story Musgrave, Thomas D. "Tom" Akers Dates: December 2-12, 1993 Vehicle: Endeavour OV-105 Payloads: HST SM-01, ICBC, AMOS, and IMAX camera EVA: (Tethered) Replaced HST solar arrays, two sensing units, Wide Field/Planetary Camera II and fuses, COSTAR, magnetometer, and Solar Array Drive Electron...
Keywords: NASA; ISS; shuttle; STS 61; EVA; Endeavour; OV 105
|Orion: From Factory to Flight - NASA|
NASA is making steady progress on building the Orion spacecraft, which will take astronauts deeper into space than ever before. Take a look at the latest achievements and milestones in "Orion: From Factory to Flight" as Orion gets ready for its first orbital test flight in 2014.
Keywords: NASA; Orion; Factory; Flight
|JSC-572 Apollo 15- In the Mountains of the Moon - NASA/JSC|
APOLLO 15: IN THE MOUNTAINS OF THE MOON JSC 572 - (1971) - 28 Minutes Astronauts: David R. Scott, Alfred M. Worden, and James B. Irwin Launch date: July 26, 1971 Featured are the standup EVA, the three traverses of the lunar surface, film taken from the Lunar Rover, hammer and feather test of Galileo's theory on falling objects in gravity fields, Worden's EVA, sub-satellite launching, X-ray pulsar observations, and splash down with one parachute collapsed...
Keywords: Apollo; EVA; Lunar Rover; Moon
|Expedition 29 Crew Profile - 3 Crew Members - NASA|
Members of Expedition 29 are profiled and interviewed. NASA astronaut Dan Burbank; and Russian cosmonauts Anton Shkaplerov and Anatoly Ivanishin discuss their mission and the benefits of space travel. Product Title: Expedition 29 Crew Profile Version 1 Reference Master Number: 884586 JSC Production Number: JSC 2522 Length: 6:04
Keywords: NASA; International Space Station; ISS; Expedition 29; Dan Burbank; Anton Shkaplerov; Anatoly Ivanishin
|JSC336_Launch_Windows_for_Lunar_Landing.wmv - NASA/JSC|
LAUNCH WINDOWS FOR LUNAR LANDING JSC 336 - (1967) - 20 Minutes Describes, with animation, the planning of a lunar mission with trajectories and physical capabilities that define these trajectories. Emphasizes launch windows and Earth reentry.
Keywords: NASA; Apollo; Moon; trajectory; Earth; re-entry
|VJSC_1425I_Apollo 11_F.A.C.T.S._PartI.wmv - NASA/JSC|
1 Hour 20 Minutes - Apollo 11 TV of LM checkout, Earth views, and lunar surface observations; lunar view and crew activity.
Keywords: Apollo 11; NASA; LM; moon; lunar
|JSC_1532_Return_to_Flight_Mission_Highlights_1988-1995.wmv - JSC|
JSC1532 - (1996)
Keywords: NASA; flight; mission; highlights; 1988-1995
|STS-135 Ascent Flight Control Team Video - NASA|
STS-135 Ascent Flight Control Team Video
Keywords: NASA; STS-135; Atlantis; Space Shuttle; International Space Station
|VJSC_1425M_Apollo11_F.A.C.T.S._PartM.wmv - NASA/JSC|
1 Hour 8 Minutes - Apollo 11 Moonwalk, part 2. (B&W Kinescope).
Keywords: Apollo 11; moon; moonwalk; Armstrong; Aldrin; Collins; NASA
|JSC1116_Apollo_Presentation_for_the_Astrodome.wmv - NASA/JSC|
APOLLO PRESENTATION FOR THE ASTRODOME JSC1116 - (1989) - 7 Minutes This program features a condensed look at Apollo mission milestones. It was created for presentation at the Houston Astrodome during Apollo 11 20th Anniversary celebrations.
Keywords: NASA; Apollo; Moon; 20th anniversary
|VJSC_1425R_Apollo11_F.A.C.T.S._PartR.wmv - NASA/JSC|
22 Minutes - Silent - Apollo 11 Astrodome celebration and Armstrong Lunar Landing Test Vehicle (LLTV) crash.
Keywords: Apollo 11; LLTV; Armstrong; Astrodome; celebration
|JSC2013_STS-114 Post Flight.wmv - NASA/JSC|
STS-114 Post Flight Presentation (Sound) Edited mission highlights video created for playback during the STS-114 (ISS flight LF-1) Post Flight Crew Presentation. Includes: mission patch; crew photo; Commander Eileen Collins and Pilot Jim Kelly as they enter a T-38 aircraft; crew training activities; pre-launch views as the crew suits up for launch; crew walking out of the Operations and Checkout (O&C) building at the Kennedy Space Center (KSC); crew strap into orbiter; launch through external ta...
Keywords: NASA; STS-114; Shuttle; Postflight Presentation
|SPACE SHUTTLE - EVA - JSC|
Explains the tools, tethers, space suits, life support systems, and maneuvering units to be used during extravehicular activity (EVA) tasks planned for shuttle operations. These tasks will help provide cost-effective, reliable, and sensible servicing operations for payloads.
Keywords: extravehicular activity; EVA; shuttle; JSC; NASA
|NEWTON IN SPACE - NASA|
NEWTON IN SPACE CMP 405 - (1992) - 12 1/2 Minutes Recommended Level: Middle School Application: Physical Sciences Demonstrates the difference between weight and mass and illustrates Isaac Newton's three laws of motion in the microgravity environment of Earth orbit.
Keywords: Newton; microgravity; orbit
|HQ167_Assignment_Shoot_The_Moon_Episode5.wmv - NASA/JSC|
ASSIGNMENT: SHOOT THE MOON (EPISODE 5) HQ 167 - (1967) - 28 Minutes Summarizes the exploration of the Moon conducted by the unmanned Ranger, Surveyor, and lunar orbiter spacecraft. Also shows how such detailed data and photography contributed to the first manned flights to the Moon. The film describes the complexities of close-up photography of the Moon and includes views of craters, mountain ranges, and other lunar terrain...
Keywords: NASA; moon; education; Journey Through the Solar System; lunar
|Time-Lapse Astronaut Photography of Earth - NASA|
Various videos created from series of still images taken on-board the International Space Station.
Keywords: NASA; International Space Station; Crew Earth Observations
|JSC1700G_STS-89_Crew_Interviews_Andrew_Thomas.wmv - JSC|
STS-89 CREW INTERVIEWS - ANDREW S W THOMAS (MS)
Keywords: JSC; NASA; STS-89; Thomas
|SPACE SHUTTLE - SPACELAB - JSC|
Describes the Spacelab Program. Information about the European Space Agency (ESA), the scientific expectations of Spacelab, and the eight different Spacelab configurations is included.
Keywords: Spacelab; European Space Agency; ESA; JSC; NASA